With generous support from the Saul Zaentz Charitable Foundation and many individual donations honoring Project Zero’s (PZ) 50th anniversary, we announce scholarships to provide support for public school teachers and other educators in the United States and globally who work in under-resourced settings, particularly those who are interested in using PZ ideas with learners from historically marginalized groups.
 
Educators whose primary work is with learners in these settings can now apply for a limited number of PZ Reach Professional Development Scholarships that will reduce the tuition cost of PZ’s institutes, online courses, off-site conferences, and other PZ professional development events.  
 
Further information about how to apply can be found in the registration process for each professional development opportunity in the Events & Institutes and Online Courses.  If you have any questions about the scholarship process, please contact pz50@gse.harvard.edu.
 
If you are interested in supporting this fund for educators, we invite you to visit the Support PZ’s Reach gift page.